Air India Career Interview 2015 in Air India Engineer Service Ltd For 15 AME Post

Air India Engineering Services Limited posted a Walk-In-Interview advertisement to invite all eligible Indian candidates to apply for the post of 15 AME Post in 2015.

Table of Contents:
 1 Post Details
 2 Salary Details
 3 Eligibility
 4 Selection Procedure
 4.1 Application Fee
 4.2 How to Apply
 5 About Company/Institution
 6 Latest News

Date of interview – 21/12/2015

Air India Career Engineering Services Limited Recruitment 2015

Into the table below you can see the name of the post, category wise vacancies and then the total number of posts as advertised into the original recruitment advertisement notification of Air India Career Engineering Services Limited.

 Name of the postGenOBCSCSTTotal  
 Aircraft Maintenance
08040201 15

Total number of post – 15

Scale of Pay/Monthly Salary for  Aircraft Maintenance

  • As per Air India Engineering Services Limited.

Eligibility Terms

Age: Maximum  45 years (as on 21/12/2015)

Education: Must posses Type Licence by DGCA. Engineers Having Cat “C” Licence on IAE V2500 Engine and having Successfully Undergone EASA / DGCA Apporved 147 Type training on CFM 56 -5B Engine, and Having Certificates of such training acceptable to DGCA, May also apply.

Selection Procedure

  • Interview

Application Fee

Category Amount 

How to Apply for Vacancy in Air India Career Engineering Services Limited

  1. Download the Advertisement
  2. Read the Advertisement Carefully
  3. Print the Application Form
  4. Complete the Application Form
  5. Attach the Supporting Documents
  6. Date of Interview – 21/12/2015
  7. Venue at :-

Air India Engineering Services Limited,
Office of General Manager (Engineering),
Northern Region New Avionics Complex
Terminal-2, I. G. I. Airport, New
Delhi – 110037

Air India Engineering Services Limited,
Office of Area Marketing Manager,
Bangalore Air India Complex HAL
Airport, Bangalore.

About the Air India Career Engineering Services Limited

Name of the postFounded 1953
HubsChhatrapati Shivaji
International Airport (Mumbai)
Secondary hubsChennai International
Airport (Chennai)
Focus citiesBengaluru International
Airport (Bangalore) 
Frequent flyer program Flying Returns
Airport loungeMaharaja Lounge
SubsidiariesAir India Regional
Fleet size72 excl. subsidiaries
Company sloganHave you tried the new Air India?
Parent companyAir India Limited
HeadquartersNew Delhi
Key peopleRohit Nandan, CMD

Latest News of Air India Career Engineering Services Limited

  1. Air India engineers threaten to drag management to court – 

    A section of Air India Engineers have threatened to take the airline’s management to court if it does not reverse its decision to absorb 50 odd Air India Express (AIE) engineers into subsidiary AIESL on the ground that the move would adversely impact their carreer prospects.

    Air India Engineering Services Ltd (AIESL) currently has 900 aircraft maintenance engineers (AME) with 500 of them from erstwhile Indian Airlines (narrow-body fleet) and the rest from Air India (wide-body fleet).

    The protesting AMEs are from erstwhile Indian Airlines, sources said.
    On the other hand, Air India Express has a total of around 105 engineers. Of these 55 are of Air India Express itself and the remaining 50 on deputation from Air India.

    “AI management has issued transfer letters to all 55 AMEs of Air India Express, placing their services with the AIESL from September. We are opposed to these transfers as it would have a direct bearing on our career progression,” Air India engineering sources told PTI.

    They claimed engineers coming from Air India Express, who have been getting early promotions, would get seniority upon transfer thereby adversely affecting the career prospects of AI engineers.

    Air India had hived off its engineering and cargo businesses into two separate subsidiaries– AIESL and Air India Transport Services Limited (AITSL)–in 2013.

    “The absorption of these engineers from AIE into the AIESL would further block our promotion avenues. Hence we are > protesting the decision and would soon move Mumbai High Court seeking a stay,” they said.

    These engineers were initially hired on a temporary basis on the condition that their services will be regularised only after five years and that too depending on the performance.

    “But throwing rules to the wind their services were made permanent after a year,” sources said.

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